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Yehoshua Soudakoff

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The bulk of this parsha is actually a song composed by Moses on the day of his passing. Join us in examining some of its imagery.
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The Torah relates that before Moses gave his final speech to the Jewish people, he first made a short visit to the house of study. Moses was the ultimate Torah teacher, so why the need to study specifically at this time?
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The Torah portion of Nitzavim opens with the words, "You are standing today, all of you, before G-d, your G-d." What special day is the verse referring to?
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“Because you did not serve the Lord, your God, with happiness and with gladness of heart, when [you had an] abundance of everything." (Deuteronomy 28:47) How are we to be joyful in all circumstances even if things get bad?
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Among the many laws found in this week's Torah portion is the requirement to build a safety fence around the roofs of our homes. What is the spiritual lesson behind this mitzvah?
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The name of the parsha, Shoftim, means judges. There are two kinds of judgment, external and internal. How can we use the power of judgment for our own benefit?
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The Torah portion of Devarim opens by saying, "These are the words that Moses spoke to the entire Jewish nation..." Why does the Torah use here the unusual phrase of “"these are the words"?
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The Torah portion of Massei is the last parshah in the fourth book of the Torah—Numbers. It provides us with an eternal lesson about the journeys of our lives.
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This week’s parshah discusses the concept of vows. But why does the Torah give us laws regarding making vows? Doesn't the Torah forbid enough things for us—do we really need to add more to the list?
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Pinchas wasn't born a “kohen” (a title given to descendants of Aaron the High Priest), but he earned this name after boldly standing up for G-d's honor. What lesson can we learn from this episode?
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